This chapter analyses the issue of protection of traditional cultural expressions (TCEs) as one that evokes questions across legal boundaries, notably in the context of copyright law and human rights law. Particular attention is paid to the tensions and opportunities that follow from the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous views on the topic. As such, it becomes clear that an interdisciplinary perspective is imperative, and that the study of indigenous peoples’ rights is particularly useful for a researcher of information law such as the present author.